The Zoning Board of Appeals has approved plans to construct a new seven-story residential building and new buildings for Congregation Kadimah-Toras Moshe and the Daughters of Israel Mikvah at 101-105 Washington Street in Brighton. The firm is working with Brookline Development Corporation and the two congregations on a collaborative redevelopment of these under-utilized parcels, ensuring the longevity of two venerable neighborhood institutions while providing much-needed multi-family housing in one of Boston’s diverse and growing neighborhoods.
Principal Eric Robinson sees this project as an exciting model for building in neighborhoods: "We can meet the demands for new housing, for bringing new people into our city, while supporting and enriching the communities that are already here. We can achieve both. This is a true development with a mission.”
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